- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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... as the bells were ringing and then went on to the palace. The English tour wasn't available for a few hours, so we went on the German tour of the palace. We only understood about 1% of what the tour guide said, but it was probably interesting. Unfortunately, no picture taking inside, but there were some lavish, ...
... complete lists of military units no longer exist. Initially I was a bit skeptical and wondered whether or not I had asked the correct question or properly understood his response. However, after giving it more thought I do believe that the lists that I reviewed were only of officers due to the rather small number of people listed in the Oberamt for each year. We stopped at the grocery on the way home and then had dinner at the apartment. This evening we had pork chops with ...
We started our day with a delicious light breakfast at and before our tour of the Mercedes Benz factory. The tour was wonderful. We learned about the advances MB has made in cars recently, saw the production line where robots and humans do the assembly. It is so orderly and seemingly perfect in its processes. Errors are not tolerated. The people I the assembly plant study for three years before they start the job. ...
... Mercedes brand history. I didn’t know much about the cars previously and I didn’t realise that it was actually two companies which merged together. The history of the company is pretty much the history of the motor car because it involved the three main people: Karl Benz, Wilhelm Maybach and Gottlieb Daimler. Benz produced his three wheeled prototype a few months before Maybach and Daimler in 1886 while the later attached their grandfather clock motor to a modified ...
... found and fun factor starting to wear off. Remember we were not actually dressed for this type of weather and my only saving grace was my big coat. It was certainly keeping me warm from the knees up to my neck but my lower legs were freezing and it felt like my nose was about to fall off.
So back to the train station we headed to descend back into Interlarken with fingers crossed the car was still there. The Alps had truly ...